Cognitive biology 2-IKV-191

This course provides a comprehensive overview of principles of cognition, seen as a natural biological phenomenon. The main objective is the formulation of substantiated interrelation of cognition and evolution. The interdisciplinarity of research in cognitive biology requires students to think multi-disciplinary and on multiple scales.

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News

Feb 15, 2018
The first lecture will be held on Monday, Feb 19, 2018. See more details in the schedule below.

Study materials

Lectures

  1. An introduction to the introduction (internal file uploaded to wiki)
  2. The introduction proper (link to file which has not been uploaded yet; clicking it will show an upload form)
  3. Introduction (contd.) (an external resource)

Laboratories


Teachers

Lecturer
Isabella Sarto-Jackson, tralala{@}salala.la, other contact details if necessary…
Teaching assistant
TBA

Schedule

Session type Study group Day of week Time Room
Lectures 2AIN* Monday 11:30 B
Tutorials 3AIN*, 2AIN* 16:30 M-X
2AIN2 Tuesday 14:50 M-VIII
2AIN1 16:30 M-XII
Laboratories 2AIN1, 3AIN* Wednesday 14:50 I-H6
2AIN2 16:30 I-H3
Consultation 2AIN*, 3AIN* 13:10–14:30 I-16, I-7
Academic support center 2AIN*, 3AIN* See the Academic support center page.

Assessment and evaluation

You can earn points in the assessment activities spread throughout the semester listed in the following table. The table also shows the required minima and possible maximal point evaluations.

Assessment (table caption is highly recommended)
Activity Possible maximum Required minimum
Teaching period 1st test 25 0
2nd test 25 0
Total 50 25
Evaluation period Exam 50 25
Course total 100 50

The final mark will be awarded according to the following table:

Course evaluation
Points earned Mark
〈90, 100〉 A
〈80, 90) B
〈70, 60) C
〈60, 70) D
〈50, 60) E
〈0, 50) FX

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